Venus Boutique Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 6:30pm and headed out for a walk. The plan was to grab some dinner and Martin and I immediately regretted eating such a big lunch so late. We went to a restaurant close by and ordered a reasonable amount of food for 1 hungry person and 2 full people to share. We were lucky that by the time we got to the restaurant and got our food we had digested enough of lunch to be able to fit more in our stomachs. We had a great dinner with Jacenta and then we ...
... verse of Blake's "Jerusalem" as the train departed KL on time. My clean but somewhat cramped second class carriage was nearly empty, but the train filled up at two suburban stops in Kajang and Seremban. The train consisted f seven stainless steel carriages hauled by a rather sooty Kawasaki locomotive. The train trundled through the interminable sprawl of KL's southern suburbs and then found itself in the countryside.
The train trip reminded me a lot of Queensland, and not ...
... Just cross the bridge when the bus stops, and turn right and then the first left. There are many hostels and guesthouses in this street. Around the area is where you'll find most of the attractions of the city. Everything is walking distance, so I would think that with to nights it's enough to see most of the town. Enjoy the views of the river and all the constructions around it. Visit the chinese ...
... The streets are spotlessly clean, no graffiti and the whole area is a no smoking zone but you can get alcohol !
They have many museums mostly free and even got a Hard Rock Cafe.
Melaka made its fortune through its Port, hence so many different cultures all mixed together, and up until 50 years ago the Opium trade was a huge provider of wealth even Elizabeth 1st fought to keep the trade going as ...
... was bustling with stalls selling food, souveniers and incense/flowers and other offerings. We stopped at a vendor who had a potato curling tool, he them put the potato on a stick and deep fried it...that was our dinner that evening, yummy!
The next day we walked into town, through the cobbled streets by the river. We came across a big mall and went inside to find a massage parlour, Linda has a bad back so needs ...